Writing with Slang. Dialect. A form of language that is characteristic of a particular place or group of people Can take form in how you say something Aunt vs Ant Pin vs Pen Can take form in what you say Soda vs Coke vs Pop vs Soda Pop Hoagie vs Sub
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Writing with Slang
A form of language that is characteristic of a particular place or group of people
Can take form in how you say something
Aunt vs Ant
Pin vs Pen
Can take form in what you say
Soda vs Coke vs Pop vs Soda Pop
Hoagie vs Sub
Dialect is filled with slang
According to dictionary.com
2. (in English and some other languages) speech and writing characterized by the use of vulgar and socially taboo vocabulary and idiomatic expressions.
3. the jargon of a particular class, profession, etc.
4. the special vocabulary of thieves, vagabonds, etc.; argot.
Aka INFORMAL SITUATIONS
Aka FORMAL SITUATIONS
Reflects maturity level/education
IT AGES YOU!
1. The younger you are, the less formal diction you know, or you don’t know when to turn it off.
2. Language evolves FAST.
Substandard Diction: The good writer never uses these words in his or her formal writing.
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